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Bihar BEd allotment list 2020: LNMU releases first list of qualified candidates at bihar-cetbed-lnmu.in
India

Bihar BEd allotment list 2020: LNMU releases first list of qualified candidates at bihar-cetbed-lnmu.in

The Bihar BEd CET 2020 exams were conducted by Lalit Narayan Mithila University in Darbhanga city on 22 September

Facebook introduces Campus feature to help college students connect with each other
News & Analysis

Facebook introduces Campus feature to help college students connect with each other

The Campus-only News Feed will let students create study groups or plan virtual concerts.

Podcast; Voices from the Lockdown: One year since abrogation of Article 370, education sector worst affected
India

Podcast; Voices from the Lockdown: One year since abrogation of Article 370, education sector worst affected

“The most badly affected sector because of the abrogation of Article 370 is the education sector.”

Low Internet Speeds For Students In Andaman
India

Low Internet Speeds For Students In Andaman

With internet speeds operating between 17-18 kbps, it's next to impossible to access online classes or any additional coursework for students residing in the Andaman and Nicobar islands.

Uttarakhand university and college exams to start from 1 July, says govt; new academic session likely from September
India

Uttarakhand university and college exams to start from 1 July, says govt; new academic session likely from September

Examinations in colleges and universities in Uttarakhand will commence from 1 July and be completed in a month's period, said state principal secretary Anand Vardhan. The new admissions will begin from 1 September, Vardhan announced

Isolated abroad during coronavirus outbreak, how some Indian students are dealing with the crisis
Learning

Isolated abroad during coronavirus outbreak, how some Indian students are dealing with the crisis

Indian students may not consider themselves 'stranded' owing to the crutch of technology but they do have substantial issues to deal with at a young age.

Delhi University undergraduate admissions: Over 2.14 lakh students register; first cut-off likely on 20 June
India

Delhi University undergraduate admissions: Over 2.14 lakh students register; first cut-off likely on 20 June

The Delhi University started registrations on 30 May for undergraduate courses and the admission process will end on 14 June.

Calcutta University announces results for BA, BSc Part I exam; check wbresults.nic.in to know your score
India

Calcutta University announces results for BA, BSc Part I exam; check wbresults.nic.in to know your score

The Calcutta University have published the results to provide immediate information to the students and should not be considered original Mark Sheets.

Tamil Nadu college student suspended for organising function to celebrate Bhagat Singh's birth anniversary
India

Tamil Nadu college student suspended for organising function to celebrate Bhagat Singh's birth anniversary

S Malathi, a first year MA student at the government arts and science college, was suspended on 1 October after she and some other students organised a function to celebrate Singh's birth anniversary on 28 September, despite being denied permission by the principal and the tutor, officials said.

Reported incidents of ragging increase by 75% in a year, UGC receives over 3,000 complaints in 5 years
India

Reported incidents of ragging increase by 75% in a year, UGC receives over 3,000 complaints in 5 years

The University Grants Commission (UGC) received 3,022 complaints of student ragging over the last five years, between 2013 and 2017.

Narendra Modi's 'Pariksha Par Charcha' earned top marks from India's students, writes Prakash Javadekar
India

Narendra Modi's 'Pariksha Par Charcha' earned top marks from India's students, writes Prakash Javadekar

Modi spoke to the children as a friend, as a guide and as a motivator. He spoke to them of their own concerns and he tried to make sense of the world as a child struggling to meet a world of expectations would

Mood Indigo 2017: Here are the must-attend events from day 2 of the IIT-Bombay fest
Life

Mood Indigo 2017: Here are the must-attend events from day 2 of the IIT-Bombay fest

All the highlights of Day 2 of Mood Indigo, IIt Bombay's cultural festival

Minor girl molested, filmed in Odisha's Malkangiri; police registers case under POSCO Act
India

Minor girl molested, filmed in Odisha's Malkangiri; police registers case under POSCO Act

A schoolgirl was allegedly stripped naked and filmed inside her school premises by three men in Malkangiri district of Odisha

CBSE UGC NET 2017 admit cards issued for 5 November exam; download from cbsenet.nic.in
India

CBSE UGC NET 2017 admit cards issued for 5 November exam; download from cbsenet.nic.in

The Central Board of Secondary Education has issued the admit cards for the UGC-National Eligibility Test (UGC NET November-2017) to be conducted at different centres across the country.

UGC orders varsities to make their grievance redressal mechanisms public
India

UGC orders varsities to make their grievance redressal mechanisms public

UGC has asked varsities in the country to put up notice boards for ensuring awareness about the establishment of grievance redressal mechanism.

JNU student threatened to be 'sent to Pakistan,' alleges being beaten up by CISF personnel
India

JNU student threatened to be 'sent to Pakistan,' alleges being beaten up by CISF personnel

A JNU student has alleged he was beaten up at the Rajiv Chowk metro station here by a few personnel of the CISF and told he would be "sent to Pakistan", a charge rejected by the paramilitary force

Prakash Javadekar launches anti-ragging mobile app, says zero tolerance for culprits
India

Prakash Javadekar launches anti-ragging mobile app, says zero tolerance for culprits

New Delhi: There would be no tolerance for those involved in any ragging incidents and such students would not be allowed to continue their education, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said.

Ramjas rampage and the politics of fear: Time to alter the precedent through democratic mobilisation and solidarity
India

Ramjas rampage and the politics of fear: Time to alter the precedent through democratic mobilisation and solidarity

On 21 February, members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) – by attacking students and teachers at a panel discussion in Delhi University’s Ramjas College – brazenly crossed that red line and perpetrated an act of terror – sheer, untainted, textbook terror.

Democrats turn 'faithless electors' in U.S. Electoral College surprise
| Reuters
World

Democrats turn 'faithless electors' in U.S. Electoral College surprise | Reuters

By Roberta Rampton and Eric M. Johnson | WASHINGTON/SEATTLE WASHINGTON/SEATTLE At least five Democrats who had been committed to back Hillary Clinton in the U.S

Bias and victim blaming: Colleges' sexual harassment cells offer no solace to women
Life

Bias and victim blaming: Colleges' sexual harassment cells offer no solace to women

From denying that the crime occurred to blaming the victim, colleges hardly ever take the correct action when a student files a sexual harassment complaint.